Anthony J. DiBianca
Thursday, May 14th | Comment by: Nick Woloshyn
Allison and Tara, your loss is felt by so many who knew your Dad, “Tony”. I especially miss him for I loved him dearly. We go way back and shared many a memorable time/story together. He, Billy D., and I had many laughs together. His fondness for the “old neighborhood” and his growing up there would make a movie that many could relate to. God bless and Amen 🙏.
Thursday, May 14th | Comment by: Pat Nicastro
I want to leave my condolences to Tony’s family. He will be missed. I knew him from the “Old Neighborhood” where we would hang together on Judson St and play cards and shot the breeze so to speak. He had a great personality and was liked by all. I was also a Teammates of his on the Blue Ribbon Baseball Team. May he Rest In Peace !
Thursday, May 14th | Comment by: Richard DiBianca
It's hard for me to imagine a more joyous and entertaining guy than Tony. Always ready to crack a joke. Always ready to dance. Always ready to embrace an old friend. Always ready to make a new friend. Always. He was a model of how to approach life and I will miss him a lot. My thoughts go out to his daughters, the rest of his family, and to the many who called him a friend.